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IV. Gavotte II - Gavotte I Da Capo - Glenn Gould Plays Bach* - Glenn Gould Plays Bach (The Collector

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  1. Meztilmaran

    Info zu Bach: The English Suites Nos. , BWV (Remastered). In June , shortly after completing this recording, Gould suffered the first symptoms of a severe illness that began with difficulties of coordination and gradually affected his entire organism.
  2. Shaktit

    Sep 11,  · Gavotte II (with da capo I) (Remastered) $ 22 Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player Glenn Gould / Goldberg Variations, J. S. Bach. Glenn Gould. $ Glenn Gould in the Sixties. Glenn Gould. $ Glenn Gould Discusses His.
  3. Mashura

    Sep 07,  · This exquisite program of Bach won ’s BBC Music Magazine Recording of the Year award. Icelandic pianist Vikingur Olafsson takes us on a journey through the Baroque composer’s original pieces for keyboard, mixed in with breathtaking arrangements of chorale preludes, violin works, and cantata movements.
  4. Tojashakar

    All Bach - audio and video. The first issue of Gould’s complete Bach-legacy in a 38 CD + 6 DVD limited deluxe edition including a full colored book including complete original liner notes, partly written by Glenn Gould himself plus a new introduction by Gould expert Michael Stegemann/10(48).
  5. Maum

    Glenn Gould, in his early years, practices J.S. Bach’s Partita No. 2 in C minor (BWV ). There is another informative clip “ Art of Piano,”on Gould’s thoughts on the relationship between performer and audience, and on reducing the mental, emotional and, most important, the .
  6. Kajimuro

    Dec 17,  · Particularly like Glenn Gould's playing, and find the 'moaning and groaning' which some critics decry is rather endearing. Sounds as though someone is playing it in the house. I start the morning with breakfast accompanied by music and there is nothing to invigorate the senses like the music of dear JS Bach (or his son Carl Philippe Emmanuel)5/5(4).

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